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The Cover – essential daily information on the covered bond market
The Cover is a daily online news service dedicated to the covered bond market. Published by the GlobalCapital group, The Cover delivers exclusive breaking news on new covered bond issues as they are launched, as well as essential information on the secondary markets, covered bond regulation and the people that matter.
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The Cover has been specifically designed so that its members can comment on articles and vote on transactions, and thereby reflect what the market really thinks. The Cover also generates bespoke league tables in partnership with Dealogic (the leading data provider.)
Each week, The Cover publishes the latest global benchmark ranking for the covered bond market, as well as a unique league table that excludes self-led deals and information on bookrunners in all currencies.
Every day, subscribers to The Cover receive a daily news alert that is also available in on mobiles devices such as a BlackBerry. Subscriptions to The Cover include full access to coveredbondnews.com, league tables and a searchable archive, powered by Google.
Most Read Articles
Sekerbank issues second tranche
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and European Investment Bank have bought the second of a three tranche SME backed covered bond from Turkey’s Sekerbank via sole lead arranger UniCredit.
Podcast: Marlatt & Calabria say US covered bonds in sight
Jerry Marlatt, senior council at Morrison & Foerster LLP and Dr. Mark Calabria, director of financial regulation studies at the CATO Institute speak to The Cover about the Volcker rule and the outlook for US covered bonds.
Do regulators like dual recourse as much as covered bond bankers?
The European Covered Bond Council has proposed a new generation of secured funding notes, halfway between covered bonds and securitizations. But getting them off the ground is still in the hands of the regulators.
The ECB's purchases create the volatility it deplores
The European Central Bank has expressed concern about extreme rates volatility. But until it stops buying and allows the private sector to become re-established, its true mission as liquidity provider of last resort will remain in conflict with its d ...